- Avoid pointless browsing and orders, or even a waste of time for your users and for the organization that is offering the goods or services.
The information relating to the delivery area must be as follows:
- Place of the “final delivery”;
- Opening time of the “final delivery”;
- Means of contact (telephone, fax, e-mail).
This information must be shown at 3 different times: before payment, after payment and on the order summary email.
On an e-commerce website, in particular within the home page, the legal notices page, the help page, or in the pages on the terms and conditions or the terms of service:
- Check that there is information on the delivery area covered for products and services.
Business application and benefits
The rules should be applied to your projects from the design phase through to post-implementation , and they should be understood by all professionals with web and customer experience (CX) responsibilities: from strategy to operations, marketers to project managers, and editorial to technical staff. The benefits of using this ruleset are numerous, including improving customer satisfaction, web performance, and e-commerce, and expanding your client base, while also decreasing your errors and costs.
The objective of these rules and the Opquast community mission is ‘making the web better’ for your customers and for everyone! Opquast rules cover the key major areas of risk that can negatively affect website users such as privacy, ecodesign, accessibility and security.